FFP’s Pro Bono for Cancer Campaign is raising funds to develop and support efforts around the country connecting cancer patients and their families to free, quality financial advice. Click here to learn more about our national cancer work, including how funds are being used and available volunteer opportunities.
How You Can Help
Make a gift today. The more we raise, the more families we can reach as they navigate the financial stresses and complexities of cancer. Special giving opportunities are available for those interested in creating significant impact:
Leadership Circle: $10,000 pledge
The Leadership Circle is made up of individuals and independent firms who contribute or pledge $10,000 or more (paid over 5 years) to the Pro Bono for Cancer Campaign, creating a pool of critical seed funding for our cancer initiative. Members of the Leadership Circle will be specially recognized as champions of our cancer work in campaign materials and in special advertisements in leading trade publications (InvestmentNews, Financial Advisor, Journal of Financial Planning and more).
Corporate Sponsors: $25,000 annually
FFP is seeking campaign support from corporate partners dedicated to advancing the impact of pro bono financial planning. Companies can sponsor the Pro Bono for Cancer Campaign at a level of $25,000 or more annually. For corporations interested in a multi-year sponsorship of this work ($100,000 commitment, paid over 4 years), FFP will offer additional visibility opportunities, as well as membership in our Corporate 100 Club. Among other recognition, corporate supporters of the campaign will be featured in special advertisements in leading trade publications.
For questions about how you, your firm or company can support the Pro Bono for Cancer Campaign, please contact Katie Hammer, FFP Director of Development & Communications, at email@example.com.
If you are a Certified Financial Planning professional (CFP®), then you have the opportunity to serve as a volunteer for our Financial Planning for Cancer program, lending your skills and knowledge to help patients manage their finances so they can focus on getting well.
For questions about grant or volunteer opportunities, please contact Rachel Roth, FFP Director of Grants & Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hear from real families experiencing the financial burden of cancer.
Major Campaign Supporters
AIG Financial Distributors
Commonwealth Financial Network
TD Ameritrade Institutional
R. Ken Coit
Armstrong, Fleming & Moore Inc.
Chornyak & Associates
Scott M. Kahan, CFP®
Ilene Brostrom, CFP® & Kent Brostrom
Carter Financial Management
Edelman Financial Services
Glassman Wealth Services
Tim Kochis, JD, MBA, CFP®
Stephen & Linda Maginn
VLP Financial Advisors
Yeske Buie Inc.
Norman M. Boone, MBA, CFP® & Linda Lubitz Boone, CFP®
David E. Canter & Lisa A. Strope
Abacus Planning Group
Allison Spielman Advisors
Heather Belli, CFP®, CDFA™ & Joe Belli
Kalita Blessing, CFP®, CAP®, AEP®
Carroll Financial Associates
Clarion Wealth Management Partners
Mayur T. Dalal
Jon Dauphiné, Esq.
Egan, Berger & Weiner, LLC
Paul K. Fain, III, CFP®
John Farrow, CFP®
Mike Fitzhugh, CFP® & Sally Fitzhugh
FPA National Capital Area
Robert Frater, CFP®
Marc S. Freedman, CFP®
John Goff, CFP®
Gemmer Asset Management LLC
Jim Herrington, CFP®, CLU & Brenda Herrington
Susan M. John, CFP®
Kirsten Ismail, CFP® & Durell Buzzini, CFP®, UBS
James P. King, CFP®, MBA
Diahann W. Lassus, CFP®, CPA/PFS
Jay L. Lewis
Meritas Wealth Management
Trisha Miller, CFP®
Daniel B. Moisand, CFP® & Kelly Moisand
Eddie Ngo, CFP®
Madeline Noveck, CFP®
Stephen P. O’Hara, CFP®
The Planning Center
Ross W. Richardson, MS, CFP® & Tina Richardson
Jonathan M. Satovsky, CFP®, ChFC®, CIMA®
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, CFP®
Eileen M. Sharkey, CFP®
Anne Shim, AEP®, CFP®, EA
Silver Lane Advisors
Robert J. Sullivan, CFP® & Juliane Sullivan
Tarbox Family Office
Curt Weil, CFP®
Stewart H. Welch, III, CFP®
Thomas C. West